MGM Senior Secondary School loses one of its dynamic pillars

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Prince M A

MGM Senior Secondary School, Sector -6 mourned the untimely death of its one of its dynamic pillars Correspondent Prince M A on January 30.

He was the part of the School Managing Committee since October 2018.  His tenure as the Correspondent began in October 2019 and was one of the most hard working and loyal members.

From the beginning of the COVID- 19 crisis, the School Managing Committee of MGM, Sector-6, under the leadership of Prince M A left no stone unturned to provide the students with outstanding opportunities.  Prince ensured that the academic innovation and online teaching would transcend the curriculum.

His relentless pursuit for the school to reach great heights was evident.  He always stressed upon the need to find alternative ways to keep the students and faculty engaged.

It was his vision of creating virtual platform aligned  to the core academic vision and mission of the school for interaction with stakeholders.  Through this virtual platform only MGM Sr. Secondary School was able to start the ATL, the Mar Theodosius E- Portal, Planning & Organizing Online Interactive Sessions, Workshops for teachers and students, celebrating and rejoicing any special occasions,  to name a few.

His commitment to the academic sphere boosted students’ learning through digital platform and strengthened institutional resilience.

His impeccable support and guidance in conducting Online Competitions especially the International Elocution Competition was a  benchmark for others to follow.

The two recent MGM projects “Share & Care” for underprivileged children and the dedication of  the Sports Ground in the name of Late Lamented His Grace Dr Stephanos Mar Theodosius were his notable contributions to the school.

Apart from prominent members of the Society, The Manager Bishop, Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius, The Vice President, Very Rev. Thomas Ramban, The School and Church Managing Committee Members , The  Principal and the Staff of MGM Senior Secondary School Bhilai expressed their deep condolences on the untimely Demise of Prince M A.

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